60210 Sky Police Air Base

2019 Set Images – LEGO City

Over the last couple of days we’ve seen a whole stack of images showing the first bunch of sets from LEGO City in 2019. They certainly look interesting, with some …

75954 Hogwarts Great Hall

75954 Hogwarts Great Hall Review

Theme: Wizarding WorldNo: 75954Release Year: 2018Cost: AU $169.99Pieces: 878 (with 10 minifigures) Over the last month or so I’ve been reviewing the Wizarding World sets based on the original Harry Potter franchise, and the last …

Christmas Wreath

Christmas Wreath

 Last week, I was inspired to try something I’d not built before – a Christmas wreath. After collecting a massive number of green parts for Noah’s Ark, it was a …

21315 Pop-Up Book

21315 Pop-Up Book Review

Theme: LEGO IdeasNo: 21315Release Year: 2018Cost: AU $109.99Pieces: 859 (with 4 minifigures) Of all the sets to come out this year, 21315 Pop-Up Book is my standalone highlight. Ever since JK Brickworks and Grant …

Dumbledore and Fawkes

Dumbledore and Fawkes

Building people is a skill not easy to master, but Eero Okkonen, also known as Pate-keetongu, is one of the masters – just check out his Flickr account recently! There …

60202 Outdoor Adventures

60202 Outdoor Adventures Review

Theme: CityNo: 60202Release Year: 2018Cost: AU $59.99Pieces:  164 (with 15 minifigures) I’m a big fan of these CITY People Packs. We’ve had three of them – one every year since 2016 so far: 60134 …

Adventure at the Waterfall - Andreas Lenander

Adventure at the Waterfall

Waterfalls can be tricky to get right, but this one by Andreas Lenander looks fantastic. It’s called Adventure at the Waterfall, and it not just the waterfall that looks fantastic, …

75956 Quidditch Match

75956 Quidditch Match Review

Theme: Wizarding World No: 75956Release Year: 2018Cost: AU $49.99Pieces: 500 (with six minifigures) I’m continuing my look at the new Wizarding World sets based on the Harry Potter books and movies, with 75956 Quidditch Match next …

Loungers - Michael Jasper

More Watch Parts!

After writing something earlier this week about how clever nobu_tary was in using a LEGO watch in a MOC, I was browsing Flickr and came across this much older post …